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Stupid question - how on earth do I find "new articles" on here.

Last Updated: Aug 30, 2017  |  3 Views
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The easiest way is to click on the drop down menu next to the word "Relevance" at the top of your search results and choose the "Date Newest" option. It will automatically sort your results from newest to oldest. Another way is to sort your search results by publication date. After you do a search for articles (be sure to select "full text"!), you will get a results page. On the left-hand side of that page, there are several options to organize your results. There is one labeled Publication Date with a bar between two years. Drag the bar from left to right to see the dates change. Once you've narrowed the range of dates you want to search for, let go of the bar and it will narrow your results to articles published within the dates you've chosen. Hope this helps!

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